Optimizing N-tier J2EE applications on UNIX operating systems

Analyze, optimize, and employ best practices for performance in Web-based applications

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William von Hagen

Date archived: May 16, 2019 | First published: January 20, 2009

Multi-tier Web applications provide a more flexible and scalable environment for business-critical applications and their 24 x 7 availability requirements. Today's increasingly sophisticated deployments introduce additional complexity in system, infrastructure, and application interaction. Operating system and hardware selection, best practices for application design and coding, and performance and application monitoring can help maximize application performance today and scalability for tomorrow.

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